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Jan 28, 2013 6:18pm EST
editor reports on this enduring popularity of elizabeth bennet. >> a rare, up 200 year old first edition of "pride and prejudice" a novel about five unmarried sisters with the famous opening line. >> is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of good fortune must be in looking for a wide. >> jane austen and recalled her book "first impressions." >> you do not wish to dance with me? >> they can be inaccurate. and could lead people to jump to conclusions based on nothing more than pride and prejudice. >> i should be very happy to dance with you. >> this is jane austen's house. she was happy and productive here. every morning to come downstairs and play the piano for a couple of hours and then she would get on with her one domestic duty, to make breakfast for her mother and for her sister. she'd been through it all away after which she would sit down at this table by the window and right. jane austen called her book "my own darling child." it does been adopted by several writers. >> there is the perfection about this book. it seems to be perfect. the prose is always
Jan 2, 2013 6:00am PST
with the latest. >> reporter: thank you, elizabeth. we are looking at live pictures from chopper 5. again, this water main break was reported about 4:30 this morning. so it's been gushing water for quite some time. as you can see, they have blocked off portions of jackson at santa clara street. officials are on scene providing traffic control through the area. parts of the roadway are flooded as a result. so they are telling commuters to avoid the area if you can. this is a live look from the ground level from our photographer. you can see that water is still gushing. there is quite a puddle through the area. probably will take some time to clear this out of the way mop up the mess around the area but it's causing problems as you work your way off eastbound 92. i just checked in withing had healthcare and they are saying that parts of the right lane on east 92 between 880 and santa clara are also now seeing some flooding. so be careful there if you are heading off to the right side. if you exit jackson street off the east 92 area, one lane is shut down because of the flooding so it may st
Dec 31, 2012 10:00pm PST
in town. good evening i'm elizabeth cook. >> i'm brian brian. ken's got the night off. we begin with developing news at the international airport. police pursued this man over the tarmac. he hopped the fence just before 8:00 tonight and started running towards the terminal making it across two runways before police caught up with him. he was out there for 15 minutes. it's not clear exactly what the man's intent was, but does suffer from a mental illness. >>> thousands of partyers are flooding the streets of san francisco. and with a behind the scenes look at the biggest party in town. hi elizabeth. >> reporter: hi. we are still two hours away from the new year, but they are starting to get excited. and and with the wigs, the same thing. new year's eve will be here on the clearest. and i mean hey, i'm a huge giant's fan. it'll be every year for one main thing. the fireworks. jeff thomas shows us some last- minute preparations. they are in charge of new year's eve and the 4th of july and at the golden gate bridge's anniversary show. behind the magic of about 5,000 fireworks in eff
Jan 5, 2013 8:00am PST
in manhattan, on 57th street. this is my wife elizabeth. we have been together for 53 years. as you can see from the various items in the apartment, we enjoy travelling all over the world. most of it was obviously on business. we lived in the philippines for ten years, where i found the most important treasure in our apartment, my wife elizabeth. this tankard we bought in germany, actually, in baden- baden. it's a wonderful example of ivory carving. it is seldom that one can find such a large tusk carved in such deep relief this is my grandson, a picture which was taken during a chess- tournament in 2005. he started to learn playing chess on this table. he has done really well and attended many different tournaments. when i come out of my living room, i have a wonderful view of manhattan. in spite of the wonderful different parts we saw in the world, there is no other place where we would like to live except in new york it was nice that you were able to visit us and spent a little time in our home in new york with my wife, elizabeth. i hope you enjoyed it and we'll see you again. >> anytime
Jan 2, 2013 10:30pm PST
. and i noe elizabeth is here today, and she'll be speaking as well. * we are one of the most walkable cities in the whole country, and we encourage that. we want that to happen. and we're here today on the power promenade because it's one of the best examples that we have done in recent years where we have combined the physical elements of widening the sidewalks, of creating park lets, of encouraging people to shop and visit and do all the fun things that we do. * powell promenade we probably at this time really challenge ourselves as a city to make walking even more safe. and even though there's more people walking, there's local visitors, there's shoppers, there's international visitors coming, and they utilize our streets and the sidewalks even more. we have to do more. we can't be satisfied with just what we've done before because we have the data that shows us more and more where the hot spots are all over the city. and we have also been concentrating on what makes a neighborhood more dangerous for pedestrians, what makes a neighborhood more safer. and i suggest to you tonight t
Jan 31, 2013 6:00pm EST
to throw things away, move on and forget about it it. elizabeth and her husband patrick are showing us the opposite. what it has like to stay put, stay home. the st. bernard is restoring things in her life. >> i think it's great. >> the levee broke and it came down the back side here and to this canal. once the canal couldn't take it anymore it started rising and rising. >> reporter: it's hard to imagine something so peaceful could become so angry. >> we couldn't see anything but the top of the roof. >> new orleans is in me. >> reporter: this spring the couple will go through their front door for the first time in seven years. >> it also opened up your heart and lets you know, you can get help. >> reporter: they've been living in a cramped apartment since katrina, already screaf -- craving to come back. >> i'm not a person who would jump and scream but i guess i will jump and scream and say my prayers. >> reporter: what have they learned? >> this is something you never think your life has changed so much. >> you can't give up. >> i just knew this was my final home that i would stay her
Jan 4, 2013 7:00am PST
honeymoon. welcome back to elizabeth and ginger zee. everyone's here. lot to get to this morning. a big backlash growing on capitol hill, that some may have heart, about "zero dark thirty." getting oscar buzz for director kathryn bigelow. now, some senators want to know if the cia turned over classified information about torture to the filmmakers. it's creating a controversy there. could cause trouble for the incoming cia director. >> not just whether they turned over classified information. but whether or not they tried to mislead filmmakers to show that perhaps torture was involved. >>> and details in the high-stakes trial we've been covering, the one of the woman accused of killing her boyfriend after he broke up with her. the strange call she made to a detective the day after the body was found. it was played in court yesterday. we have the very latest on that case coming up. >>> we also have an astonishing medical mystery this morning. the high school basketball star who cannot celebrate victories with his team because he has to rush to the tanning bed on doctor's orders. >> you ca
Jan 15, 2013 5:30pm PST
year was the wettest there on record. elizabeth palmer picks up the story in london. >> reporter: in june, britain celebrated 60 years on the throne for queen elizabeth-- a long reign for her, and for everyone else, a torrential one. the six and a half inches above average of rain in the u.k. is due to warmer air, says climatologist bob ward of the london school of economics. >> the warm atmosphere actually holds more water, and the global temperatures increased about... by about .7 degrees celsius in the last hundred years, and that means it's holding about 4% more moisture. >> reporter: in 2012, 8,000 homes and businesses were flooded and whole farms disappeared underwater. north of london, a seal swam in from the sea across the flooded fields and was last seen 50 miles inland, still swimming. elizabeth palmer, cbs news london. >> pelley: we don't usually cover traffic accidents, but we'll make an exception for this one. 100 cars and trucks crashed today on two parallel highways in sweden. three people were killed and 20 were hurt. it was foggy and the pavement was slippery. th
Jan 24, 2013 5:30pm PST
out, and the u.s. air force is helping to carry the french troops there. so we sent elizabeth palmer to this new center of terrorism. >> reporter: malians along the road cheered and waved france's flag as a convoy of hundreds of french soldiers and their weapons drove toward the town of diabaly. to people here, these are the troops who chased al qaeda- linked fighters away. life is now returning to normal. diabaly was the closest the islamic militants got to the capital bamako. but they only stayed for four days before the french government launched its attack. in diabaly, there was never any ground combat. the french simply hit the islamists from the air and destroyed their equipment and ammunition. that was enough to get them on the run. it was welcome news for the boubakar family. we met them on the road with a cart full of household goods. the extremists had marched sinanta away at gun point and tried to pump him for local knowledge. are you worried for your family that the islamists will come back? >> ( translated ): oh, yes. >> reporter: cobbla says she's still having nightmare
Jan 26, 2013 10:00pm EST
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Jan 2, 2013 5:00am PST
here behind me at this bank in san rafael. it's below zero, elizabeth, celsius at least. 26 degrees fahrenheit right now. a freeze warning in effect for the north bay and a frost advisory in effect until 9 a.m. for the shoreline and the santa clara valley. temperatures in the 20s and 30s, frost of course can tell you sensitive plants outside so hopefully yours are already covered up. today is also a "spare the air" day. that's because the cold weather forces tiny particles of pollution in the air close to the ground and then there really isn't any wind so those particles stay close to the ground making it tough for some people to breathe. a "spare the air" alert means no burning allowed indoors or outdoors including wood or any solid fuel. >> what do you do when it gets that cold at night? >> i stay home, turn the fireplace on and i can turn it on because it's gas. >> you're not worried about "spare the air." >> no. i don't have to. >> you don't have to. >> no. we changed that a long time ago. >> reporter: part is lady. now, for -- smart lady. now, for "spare the air" violators if
Jan 22, 2013 6:00am PST
6:01. >>> a backup on the bay bridge, let's get to elizabeth with more. >> reporter: the meeterring lights are on. they were able to clear a stall and minor friender bender. everything is now cleared off to the incline section of the bay bridge, all lanes free and clear. we're left with a backup behind the pay gates because they turned on the metering lights ahead of scheduling back up towards the foot of the maze or the maze. the approach to the bay bridge okay on the eastshore freeway, 580, 880, towards treasure island. they just cleared that accident and stall so things should start to see improvement shortly. bart, by the way, is on time. that's traffic. back to you. >> thank you, elizabeth. >>> work gets underway today to fix damaged fenders of the base of the bay bridge tower after a tanker hit it earlier this month. this job will cost millions of dollars. >> reporter: repairs could cost $3 million, and are expected to take months to complete. the big question now, who is footing the bill? right now the metropolitan transp
Jan 17, 2013 9:00pm PST
for the inauguration. of elizabeth thompson of walnut creek talked with us today by satellite. >> we just watched an i-phone app so that will be hopefully live streaming during the inauguration, last time thousands of people were misdirected and caught in security holds. this time phone app will show color-coded directions to quarter of a million ticket holders crowding washington maul. official swear in as pre-described by the constitution is january the 20th. this sunday. but the inauguration, big may raid, ceremony on the steps of the capitol that will be monday the day we celebrate martin luther king jr. birthday. in the newsroom, abc 7 news. >>> and for the inauguration michelle obama will have a new hair do. she tweeted this picture of herself today using her new twitter account float us. first lady out of thes is what that stands for. see she now has bangs. today is her 49th birth day. the president and first lady celebrated with dinner at a posh italian restaurant in georgetown. >>> now our coverage of the inauguration begins monday at 4 a.m. with a special edition of good morning a
Jan 9, 2013 1:00am PST
senator elizabeth warren today on capitol hill. this is a big news today. there is lots ahead. stay with us. >>> richard mourdock wanted very badly to become a member of the united states senate. he beat out dick lugar to become the republican senate nominee in indiana. he got himself a democratic opponent that everybody seemed to think that he would beat handily. and then richard mourdock said this. >> life is that gift from god, and i think even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that god intended to happen. >> if you become pregnant from being raped, that is something god intended to happen. that was sort of the end of richard mourdock. we went on the lose a senate race that he really should have one. and now the new senator from indiana is a democrat, joe donnelly. richard mourdock's view that the government should force rape victims to give birth to their rapist child because god intervened to make sure that certain rapes resulted in the impregnating of the rape victim, that fantastic theology was in the end too much for the residents of i
Jan 29, 2013 9:00am EST
've been live all morning long at elizabeth's gone raw. her connection to the cause and the unique dining experience she offers here. it's all live later on fox 5 morning news. stay with us. >> and as we take you to the break, a new world record has been set for world mascots. 141 japanese mascots broke the record. judges were on hand to make sure they were sufficiently in sync.  [ female announcer ] pillsbury crescents are awesome. but when i cook up some beef, ketchup, relish and cheese, cover it with crescent dough and pow! cheeseburger crescent casserole. double awesome. pillsbury crescents. let the making begin. [ malcrrkkhshziiiizzlllee. to this symphony of flavor: beautiful. shhhhshshshshhshshhhhhsshhhshs. gorgeous! here comes the crescendo. kkerrrrbbuuuuuucraaackkk. just...incredible. pillsbury toaster strudel. if beethoven made breakfast. >>> residents will have their chance to weigh in on the proposed one color design for dc taxes. standard color scheme for city cab. being held from 6 to 8:00 tonight at the southeast neighborhood library. residents will b
Jan 11, 2013 2:00am PST
be described as a flu epidemic. >> senior medical correspondent elizabeth cohen is live in ft. worth, texas, with what may be some good news. she has an early read on the new flu numbers that we're getting. elizabeth, what have you learned? >> the cdc every friday release the new flu numbers. i got an early look at them. as you said a little bit of good news. the flu activity in this country has gone down a bit. two weeks ago we were talking about 29 states having high levels of flu activity. now we're talking about 24 states having high level of flu activity. that is good news. now i want to talk about the numbers in a sightly different way. this gets confusing, so bear with me. we're seeing less flu in the united states, but it is spread out more. geographically it has spread out to more locations. so, to put that in terms of numbers, two weeks ago, 41 states were seeing widespread activity, meaning it was throughout various regions of their state. now 47 states say they're seeing flu in various regions of their state. so spread out more, but the actual number of people who are having flu
Jan 3, 2013 7:00am PST
, recovering at home. welcome back to elizabeth vargas. and a whole lot to get to this morning, including the wrath of new jersey governor chris christie. boy, he really took off on house speaker john boehner on failing to act on aid for the victims of hurricane sandy. that's one of the many hot debates ahead for the new congress that gets sworn in today. >> take a look at the headline today in one of the new york papers. "stabbed in the back." this is the accusation of governor christie to john boehner. along with terms like duplicity, selfishness and moral failure -- >> that was after talking to him on the phone. >> right. >>> another big headline this morning. we could be at the start of the worst flu season in ten years. is your flu shot working? is it too late to get one at this point? dr. besser is here with some answers for every family in america. >>> well, it will help if you jumpstart your january, everybody. jessica simpson looking dynamite in those daisy dukes. now, superstar trainer harley pasternak is here. he did that for her. it's part of jumpstart january. >> a whole lot
Jan 17, 2013 10:00pm PST
happened either. so what happens when you lie to police? good evening. i'm elizabeth cook. >> i'm ken bastida. >>> after years of denying it he finally admitted to the dirty truth. tonight during an interview with oprah lance armstrong said he cheated to gain the upper hand to win seven tour de france titles. cbs5 reporter juliette goodrich watched the interview and tells us how armstrong justified years of cheating to himself. juliette? >> ken, part one tonight, it was a 90 minute interview. the conditions of the interview, that there were no conditions. right out the gate oprah asked lance armstrong about using performance enhancing drugs. >> yes or no, did you ever take banned substances to enhance your cycling performance? >> yes. >> yes or no, was one of those banned substances apo? >> yes. >> did you ever blood dope or use blood transfusions to enhance your cycling performance? >> yes. >> reporter: the seven time tour de france winner now stripped of his titles and banned for life telling a much different story, the truth. >> i view this situation as one big lie. >> reporter:
Jan 11, 2013 5:00am PST
demanda. >>> tenemos a elizabeth villarreal con la información. >>> adelante . >>> volvió al ataque andrés fuentes el exesposo de la cantante tatiana, el mismo que mantuvo una enconada riña con la cantante y terminó tgras las rejas después de no pagar pensión alimenticia. >>> ahora difundió por twitter fotos de su exsuegra como dios la trajo al mundo. >>> cuando una persona habla con tanta ira, con tanto sarcasmo. >>> sbre las fotos, dejó entrever que no son auténticas. >>> al gente sabe perfectamente bien que esas cosas, que la subió hizo el escándalo e los medios, ya entonces estaban manipuladas, ahorita es más fácil hacer photoshops y todo. >>> fuentes no ha parado en los últimos días, ha lanzado comentarios a través de las redes sociales. >>> que haga lo quiera, no es el padre de mis nietos, no es nada en al familia, solamente alguien que molesta, pero digo que la vida se lo devolverá. >>> advirtió que podía demandarlo. >>>t endré que hablar con mi abogado, para ver qué me aconseja si demandamos o qué, pero puesm, ya ves que, no pasa nada, la vida sigue y es tan h
Jan 10, 2013 4:00am PST
. finally, here's a look at what's coming up later on the "today" show. hear what elizabeth, queen elizabeth, has decided to name the baby if it's a baby girl. >>> and we'll take you live to the announcement of the globe nominees. i'm richard lou along with dylan dryer. thank you for watching "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. have a great day. >>> brazen home burglaries on the wise rise in the south bay. we hear from the victim on how she narrowly escaped what could have been a deadly situation. >>> an update on the five-foot alligator named mr. t. found guarding a pile of pot in the east bay. >>> a big change coming to the east bay this morning and what drivers need to look out for. >> a live look at the bay bridge. looks great on this thursday morning, january 10th. this is "today in the bay." >>> good morning. it's 4:30. i'm marla tellez. jon kelley is off today. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. lots to get to this morning. first, let's check the forecast with anthony slaughter in for
Jan 17, 2013 1:35am PST
!?! tonight he says, he's the real victim.. because it was all a hoax! good evening, i'm elizabeth cook. i'm ken bastida. monti te'o claimed he met his girlfriend after a game at stanford. but it turns out, not only was she never a student there... she didn't even exist! cbs reporter juan fernandez says: it makes you wonder how a good-looking football star.. could fall for a fake girlfriend. teo has graduated, and was set to begin preparing for the n-f-l combine and draft in florida >>> a star athlete with a girlfriend who died of leukemia, tonight he says he is the real victim because it was all a hoax. good evening i am elizabeth cook. >> he claimed he met his [ audio difficulty ] >>> the news brought to life by the website dead >> we called all of the mortuaries and funeral homes in carson california, where several sources reported she was buried. they had no information on it. this told us there was something really weird going on. >> reporter: the story doesn't stop there. the woman believed to be his girlfriend seen in online pictures is really
Jan 19, 2013 5:30pm PST
investigated. elizabeth wenger is at the station. >> reporter: at this point, the bart station at bayfair is still closed. they're set to reopen it any minute. just a few minutes ago, we saw a train run through without stopping. this all happened around noon. since that time, the bart station was shut down. that is about five hours now. it happened at this bus zone just adjacent to the station. we talked about police. they say multiple shots rang out. and that's when one african- american male in his 40's was killed. another female victim, non-life- threatening injuries. so she is supposed to be okay. police say they do have one suspect in custody. that person, again, in custody at this point. but they're not sure about others that may still be on the loose. there were also several witnesses to the crime. and surveillance video that was taken on a nearby transit bus that may give them some clues. at this point, we still don't have a motive. police say there was another shooting at the pittsburg bay point station just last month. this type of crime is s
Jan 21, 2013 5:00pm PST
celebrate. >> reporter: hi elizabeth. if you didn't think there was a serious case of 49er fever going on all over the bay area, consider the fact that -- let me show you the video -- ated to's news conference, look at all the cameras. normally about a half dozen cameras inside the newsroom there. about 20, 25 cameras. people from all over. some of this is really expected because you have a situation where the 49ers have not been in the super bowl since 1994. now, outside there were a lot of people standing around, even though there were no players at the stadiumed to or anywhere near the offices. i spoke to one guy who showed me a photo from 1982. he swears he was at the victory celebration then. >> how do you know that's you? >> i'm there. that's me for sure. >> that's you? >> that's me. >> how do you know? >> people at the liquor store said here you are. i was a construction worker at the time. they were, you're on the front page. i didn't even know it. i signed a copy and put it in front of tear store, too. >> you have been walking around with
Jan 22, 2013 4:30am PST
. check out the roads with elizabeth. >> thanks, lawrence. >>> 4:36, the same picture, we're doing well. no big issues. if you're headed toward the bay bridge toll plaza, past the pay gates overnight road work in lanes, up the incline section, but as you can see, again, it's 4:36. overall it looks good headed into san francisco. san mateo bridge, same thing, light in both directions across the span. some areas of overnight road work still in lanes, if you're crossing the nimitz in the east bay, 880, southbound 880, we'll show you on the map, fruitvale. closer to the coliseum and airport. it's not causing much of a delay. the live drive time sensors show top speeds and mass transit off to a nice start. bart on a regular schedule, by the way. muni reporting no delays. >>> repair work begins on the bay bridge fender damaged in the tanker accident. the repairs will not be cheap. elissa harrington is on treasure isle to tell us about the work. >> reporter: the structure was not damaged, it was the fender system that the tanker hit on 7th, repairs wil
Jan 2, 2013 12:00pm PST
. >> reporter: elizabeth, the deal may have saved the country from the "fiscal cliff," but few are satisfied, and congress will soon be at it again. president obama landed in hawaii this morning to resume his vacation. he left washington last night after lawmakers approved a bill that prevents a middle class tax hike and delays automatic spending cuts. congress and the white house struggled to get the deal done and neither republicans nor democrats seem pleased with the outcome. >> someone stop hitting you in the head with a hammer and you're supposed to say thank you so much for the relief. >> reporter: many voters are upset it took lawmakers so long to reach a compromise. >> i think we needed a deal. i'm not necessarily altogether happy. >> reporter: the measure raises taxes on families making more than $450,000 a year and extends long-term jobless benefits for a year. but the package does not include spending cuts and many republicans voted against it. >> i'd like to be speaking for this bill, but i can't. >> reporter: congress steered away from the "fiscal cliff" at the last minute but a
Jan 6, 2013 11:00pm PST
. he's back to face new battles over spending cuts and raising the country's debt ceiling. elizabeth corridan has more on that. >> "i believe we need to raise the debt ceiling, but if we don't raise it without a plan to get out of debt, all of us should be fired." if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, e- mail us at m >> reporter: strong words for a new congress, the new years deadline for the so-called "fiscal cliff" has come and gone. now lawmakers start a new session under pressure to avert another financial crisis - this time over raising the debt ceiling. if an agreement isn't reached by late february or early march, the united states risks defaulting on its financial obligations. the argument this time around will be over how much congress will agree to cut spending. >> "the bottom line is we can't continue down the path we're on of borrowing money to pay our own debt with, and we've got to have serious spending cuts. we've got to have dollar for dollar within the same year." >> reporter: >> reporter: but key democrats say the debt limit a
Jan 3, 2013 4:30pm PST
, we're very pleased to have with us executive director of walk sf, elizabeth smith. (applause) >> thank you, ed. walk san francisco and its members look forward to a strong and effective pedestrian strategy to fix what director aragon mentioned are the 50 miles that have been identified as san francisco's most dangerous streets. the city will actually need to fix five miles a year to meet the mayor's impressive goal of reducing injury and reducing death which in four years and ultimately within a decade significantly. and that's going to prevent hundreds of injuries and deaths from happening. it's really important, and these are all crashes that can be prevented. this will mean calming traffic on wide fast arterials like geary, and it it will also mean widening sidewalks and adding greening with innovative projects like the powell promenade. strategic police enforcement, as we heard, is also critical, using data to prevent traffic crimes just as we use data to prevent other crimes. and targeting the most dangerous behaviors in the most dangerous locations. last year almost 900
Jan 25, 2013 7:00am EST
$500 million was invested into transforming the main games venue into the queen elizabeth the olympic park. it will be ready into 18 months time, and 9 million visitors are expected to see it annually. we send our reporter to the park to have a lot, check out the progress, and he went first. >> this is one of the sporting venues that will be retained. the giant screens are gone, the livery has been taken away. show you what is going on outside of this facility. my camera position outside. you can see the aquatics center where the swimming competition is to place. the walls are gone, 7000 seats have been removed. you can see that huge orbit structure, the stadium. both of those facilities will remain, but over to the right hand side, you can now see that behind it. that building site in the foreground, believe it or not, is where the olympic hockey stadium was, and all the services are now long gone. it is amazing, the rapid change and transformation taking place in what will now be called queen elizabeth olympic park. joining me now, the prime minister's chief adviser when it comes to
Jan 28, 2013 7:00am EST
that inspired a new industry. it was not just elizabeth bennet's heart that was sent aflutter. >> miss bennett? >> among my books are mr. darcy's obsession. >> i want to relive elizabeth falling in love with mr. garcia over and over again. >> snell, incredible output, but you are taking on the mantel possibly one of the greatest writers of the english language. >> yes, i think i am brave to do that. i could never, never ever emulate her. i do it because i love it, yes. >> bbc news. >> we have got plenty more to come here, stay with us on "bbc world news." >> make sense of international news at >> funding for this presentation is made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. and union bank. >> at union bank, our relationship managers work hard to understand the industry you operate in, working to nurture new ventures and help provide capital for key strategic
Jan 18, 2013 11:00pm EST
for congress. that's right, elizabeth colbert busch, her married name, is planning to run for the seat in south carolina. g.o.p. candidates include former governor mark sanford seeking a return to politics after resigning over an extramarital affair four years ago the >>> of course we escaped the know yesterday but it was a far different store to our south. look at this. university of alabama, the students celebrating practice being cancelled with, what else, a massive snowball fight. they chucked snowballs for haffer an hour. then the snow started to melt. but it was fun while it lasted. >> it's always fun when you don't have to shovel! >> exactly. >> birmingham had two inches but chicago has had all year less than an inch and in d.c. going on two years of not even one inch in a snow storm the >> odd year. >> did someone turn the map upside down? >> hey, it's cold this evening but temperatures are not going to fall a whole lot more through the overnight hours. an indication that the winds are turning south southwest. the wind-chill factor i
Jan 18, 2013 5:00pm EST
, knee pain, more middle-aged women it's common, as elizabeth found out, there are ways to avoid it. >> reporter: women with knee pain know how miserable ey÷can debilitate it can truly be. >> as women age, accumulating injuries, it may lead to arthritis and changes. >> reporter: the american college of rheumatology says two-thirds of women ag50 and older have a degree of knee pain, it may come and go or stick around. osteoarthritis is often to blame. >> we think estrogen may have a protective effect on the cartilage of the knee. >> reporter: sometimes due to overuse injuries. see your primary doctors to start determining the cause. he or she may need to send you to a specialist. discuss anti-inflammatory medications and don't forget to use exercise as meds sin, do exercise that strengthens the muscles around the knee and you may need physical therapy. avoid high impact exercises, focus on low impact ones. weight is also a leading cause of knee pain. i'm elizabeth cohen. >>> let's start off with a check of the most powerful radar. five sweeps scanning all clear. conditions absolute
Jan 7, 2013 8:00am PST
is a lot safer. our senior medical correspondent elizabeth cohen joins me now to explain. what are we talking about in terms of rules? you think they should be there, wouldn't you? >> you would think they definitely should have already been there and safety advocates have been begging for these for years and thrilled the fda doing the basic things. better measures to keep animals out of fields where crops are growing because what they do in fields? poop in fields. we don't want that. better rules to get farm workers to wash their hands and the last one, little gross but i have to say it. okay? got to say it. which is, port-a-potties for the work earls because when they don't have them, what do they do? >> come on. no way, elizabeth. that's not already a regulation? >> no, no. there aren't strict rules like the rules doing here. again, you can see why safety advocates so frustrated because some of the things are so basic. and they're hoping these will be fully implemented. we have done the segments, peanuts, spinach. they seem to go on and on. >> in fact, i was going to bring that up.
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Jan 30, 2013 7:00pm PST
driver to death. elizabeth pran has the latest. what is going onscene. have they made some sort of connection with this man and had bunker? >> they have made a connection with the suspect. in fact they are going to doing so and beefing up resources. four or five trucks arrived and helicopter arrived just hours ago, beefing up not only local but federal efforts to get in touch with this vehicle. sheriff's department telling us not to use live crime scene video showing tactical plans, snipers and s.w.a.t. teams arriving at the house. they didn't explain why, but we did learn that there is one television inside the budger. what we do know, they are in constant communication with the suspect where he is holding the six-year-old boy captive. police do say he is safe. >> i can assure you that the negotiators continue to communicate with the suspect. at this time, we have no reason to believe the child has been harmed. >> reporter: now the situation remaining very tense. in fact they expanded an area behind that was evacuated. there is about 20 families who were homeless this evening.
Jan 22, 2013 5:00am PST
coming our way, elizabeth. >> that high def doppler is hanging out for a while, huh? it gets a workout. >>> enjoy the dry weather because we're not seeing many actual incidents on the road, as far as accidents go. there is a lot of overnight road work. in the meantime, let's look at this nice and quiet golden gate bridge, traffic moving fine coming into san francisco. similar story commuting through the silicon valley, a live look at 880 and 237 coming around the bend, no brake lights between 880. typically, around 6:45 this is when we see a few delays across that stretch. right now you can beat the rush, great toward sunnyvale. westbound 84, dumbarton bridge, work scheduled to wrap up at 5:00. caltrans says it's still in lanes, a heads up if you're crossing the dumbarton. road work up and down the 101, peninsula, southbound between oyster point and grand avenue until 6:00. between 92 and kehoe, that's scheduled to wrap up at 6:00. it's still early, traffic is light. you can see a drive time sensor picking up speeds, about 64 miles per hou
Jan 9, 2013 1:00pm PST
-old boy is wondering how this common treatable virus could take the life of their son. elizabeth cohen is joining us. she spent the morning with the family. elizabeth, how did this happen? >> reporter: wolf, it was such an emotional morning. i'm in front of the church that the family attends. mack was 17. that personified who he was. as you said, perfectly healthy. on december 21st he started feeling sick, a headache, a little bit tired. he had a fever but really no big deal and he was better in about two days and he then he felt fine for a while. and then a couple days later he started feeling bad again. his parents took him to a local hospital in the rural area they were in and they said he's got the flu and his kidneys are failing. they said, we have to get him to a bigger hospital. they put him on a helicopter and this is what max said to his mother as he was getting on the helicopter. >> one of the last coherent things he said, he looked at me and tears were rolling down his face. >> he was scared. >> he said, mom, i'm scared. i said, i know, buddy. i am, too. he said, mom, it's g
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Jan 10, 2013 9:00pm EST
hurt my career. lindsay lohan did those things but is still working and just played elizabeth taylor. rules for hollywood are different. power bright man understands that and represents performers including the show special correspondent kennedy. you have noticed bad news for normal people is okay for celebrity is? >> i assume lindsay lohan did not have to sign a morality clause but charlie sinn -- charlie sheen did. john: he lands a show on his own. >> no embarrassment or fear. >> no. he is winning. i ended stand by bad news is profitable. is entertaining. of i was slapping gypsies i would not be highly employed but lindsay lohan? playboy or elizabeth taylor on lifetime they know they will get tons of publicity. people will watch. john: howard you are called the spin doctor? you try to spin for the better? >> i like that comparison. someone comes to me i have a problem. it is my job to do the test and ascertain if it is a true crisis or just a controversy. it is a damaging or something to blow over? that is the doctor comparison. john: ♪ if you were gay your career was over. >> i
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